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Get A Job

Get A Job

Get A Job I Hear You Say. Get a job I hear you say. So I can spend half my working life taking orders from someone else in order to earn the promissory notes of some people who run a corporation needed to pay off the interest of those promissory notes? So I can have […]

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The Inability of Bitcoin to Serve for Rational Economic Calculation

The Inability of Bitcoin to Serve for Rational Economic Calculation

Revised: December 17, 2014 The views and opinions in this article written by Chris LeRoux with significant contributions by Tal Salsa do not represent the views and opinions of other people that write on peacefreedomprosperity.com. Origin of money as most saleable good and rational unit of account Carl Menger explained that in barter some commodities […]

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Get a Job

Get A Job!

Get a job I hear you say. So i can spend half my working life taking orders from someone else in order to earn the promissory notes of a private corporation needed to pay off the interest of those promissory notes? So I can have almost two thirds of the product of my labour legally […]

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American History: Need to Know Part 2

http://peacefreedomprosperity.com/?page_id=1140 By David P Shirk Chapter 2 – Aftermath And so America was now her own. She entered this new time bloodied, broken, poor, and uncertain as to what would happen next. March 1, 1781. The Articles of Confederation were signed into being as the first formal constitution of the new Nation as the Revolutionary […]

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My Debate With A Socialist (Argument #4)

After reading his articles that he suggest I read so that I may better understand his position, I had a few more choice topics worth debating about on hand, the basic topics from his articles that I found worth clarifying was 1) The myth that Capitalists want government intervention in the economy. 2) The Difference […]

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Congress’s Travel Tab Swells

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124650399438184235.html Reposted by Craig Pendleton By Brody Mullins Spending by lawmakers on taxpayer-financed trips abroad has risen sharply in recent years, a Wall Street Journal analysis of travel records shows, involving everything from war-zone visits to trips to exotic spots such as the Galápagos Islands. The spending on overseas travel is up almost tenfold since […]

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